#TrashTag challenge inspires Saskatoon man to help clean up community

#TrashTag challenge inspires Saskatoon man to help clean up community
Boldt has been busy picking up trash along the road behind it.

“It was just disastrous,” he described.

“I figured I had the time to do it and it just helps out the community – doesn’t cost me anything, takes like two to three hours out of the day and I get to make a little bit of a difference.”

Boldt was inspired by the #TrashTag challenge – a social media movement encouraging people to clean up places littered with garbage and post a before and after picture of the area.
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